Sore thumbs of hierarchical patriarchy that seem to stick out energized by lack of awareness of personal ego are the perfect deflection byway of negative attention generated by said unawareness, for hierarchical patriarchy that undermines human rights and natural rights for profit.
One won’t presume to know what motivates Tish James. But she is doing the business of We The People within the public office to which she was elected. Another commoner in the position of either of Cuomo or Trump would receive the same. Privilege is promised by tradition to the sore thumbs used by hierarchical patriarchy. This is dictatorship, as presumed under this curious anomaly in the USA.
C-Span revealed relevant info this morning– https://www.c-span.org/video/?530799-4/rep-ami-bera-removal-rep-kevin-mccarthy-house-speaker&event=530799&playEvent&auto–
OCTOBER 4, 2023
Rep. Ami Bera on the Removal of Rep. Kevin McCarthy as House Speaker
Rep. Ami Bera (D-CA) discusses Rep. Kevin McCarthy’s removal as Speaker and what’s next in the selection of the next Speaker.
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The Proxy War With Russia funding for Ukraine includes payroll of their government workers, school teachers, etc.. One suspected this and appreciates the open exposure by Rep. Ami Bera. And by the way, most European nation citizens receive universal health care, including Ukraine. The funders of this Utopian society, who are American taxpayers, struggle for livable wages and do not have the dignity of adequate and affordable health care, and surely do not have universal heath care.
For Speaker of the House, the name of Trump has been floated. The saving grace of this reality would be that aside for Saudi Arabia enjoying the services of a Vice-Roy Trump, Russia would also share in the bounty. We might then stop funding the War in Ukraine to do something for We The People.
Repaste to remind of what one speaks—
C-Span–9:10AM–caller speaking about Trump–“He know how to play Americans”.
A previous caller spoke of business deals of Trump children with China and Saudi Arabia.
Coincidentally this event in the following link happened at a gulf course. Gulf courses are traditionally where business deals are negotiated. Gulf courses are where women were not allowed until only recently. When women are excluded from the traditional arenas of business deals, this specifically undermines performance in business. Aside from gulf courses, many country-club memberships are cost prohibitive for people who don’t excel in business; and hierarchical exclusion of others may promote this system. The character of those so blessed with inclusion, may be a matter for discussion.
Robert Edward Moore Jr., 76, was charged with one count of aggravated manslaughter on an elderly person on July 27. The victim, 87-year-old Dean William Zook, died weeks after the confrontation due to the injuries he incurred.–end of aol info–
So many intermingled FACTS that can describe a type of dictatorship known as oligarchy.
Coincidentally gulf courses have also figured in the “business model” newly manifested in the PGA/LIV merger. Several thoughts–
*Defense of this merger is about the access to ever greater wealth for the players
*A PGA rep suggested during a Congressional hearing questioning this monopoly, that he refuses to participate in the racism he has identified by said criticism
*Saudi Arabia is implicated in the 9/11 attack on the Twin Towers in NYC
*Saudi Arabia is also questioned about use of Arizona water—- https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2023/07/16/fondomonte-arizona-drought-saudi-farm-water/
*Insinuation of Saudi Arabia into US gulf business may be as much about water as about sports enthusiasm– https://www.twl-irrigation.com/how-much-water-does-a-golf-course-use/#:~:text=Depending%20on%20the%20location%20of,%247%2C000%20and%20%24108%2C000%20per%20year.
*The price of gas in the USA rises while MSM reports little about the business decision in Saudi Arabia to pull back on gas production in order to generate higher prices of gas
If the USA begins to feel like a Saudi Arabian colony, is this because we are?
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War crimes are about war, not about “the bad guy”. So why is the US so pro-war? Could it be the military-industrial complex?
X users were quick to fact-check Blinken’s statement, providing additional context to the historical events. They pointed out that Soviet prisoners of war were among those massacred at Babyn Yar–perpetrated by Nazi Germany’s forces and their local Ukrainian collaborators–and the Soviets subsequently liberated Babyn Yar and Kiev in 1943. Furthermore, a trial was held in 1946 in Kiev for 15 German policemen involved in the Babyn Yar massacres.
The atrocities have been, in fact, a source of debate in Ukraine over reports of local collaborators being involved.
On his part, Russia’s First Deputy Permanent Representative to the UN, Dmitry Polyansky, slammed the U.S. Secretary of State for his “sacrilegious post” that is “beyond any basic notions of decency,” stating,
I was brought up in the USSR, and we all knew about Babyn Yar. Nazi crimes were never ‘buried’ in my country, unlike yours. Writing such a sacrilegious post is beyond any basic notions of decency.
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US imperialism seems to thrive on war money laundering, in one person’s uninformed opinion. Research for yourselves— https://mronline.org/2023/10/03/50-detained-over-100-homes-raided-in-sweeping-crackdown-on-press-freedom-in-india/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=
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So who still supports the D&R duopoly Corporate Political Party control? We have choices. — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kmGIcPuBQ_E —
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. in Bee Cave, Texas
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Roger Waters: This Is Not a Drill, TD Garden, 7/12/22 ~ Comfortably Numb – Another Brick In The Wall
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As one who would be perfectly contented to retain the Senate if they adhered to Oaths of Office more than to Citizens United campaign donations, one is interested in a topic raised as to the reason we maintain the US Senate——–